Levy stunned many in the game in June when he sacked Redknapp and some of his backroom staff, including Jordan, after deciding they were not the right men to take the club forward.
"Not really," Jordan told the Daily Mail when asked if he had a grudge against Levy. "And I don't think Harry does either. He has been long enough in the game to know that was it. You move on.
"(Being sacked) was not something I expected. When I finished the season I can't say I went away thinking our future was in danger, but once the discussion regarding the extension of contracts stalled my point of view changed on it.
"Then it happened very quickly. His contract was terminated and I got word the next day that had happened to myself."